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Tuesday, June 24, 2003


SUMMER COED SAND VOLLEYBALL: Faculty, staff, students and spouses...
interested in playing in a summer coed sand volleyball league sponsored
by Wellness and Recreation Services? Contact Jason Miller, at
3-7120, for more information about registration, eligibility and costs.
Play will begin later in June, finishing in July.
LEARN TO SWIM: There are openings in the Paddling Panther
Learn-to-Swim classes for Session IV (June 30-July 11). Parent/Infant,
Level I, Level II and Level III are at 10 a.m. Parent/Infant, Preschool,
Level III, Level IV and Level V/VI are at 5 p.m. Contact Chris Denison
at or 3-7263.
WORKERS' COMPENSATION: Effective July 1, employees requiring medical
treatment under workers' compensation should go to the Sartori Hospital
Occupational Medicine facility rather than Allen Occupational Medicine.
The phone number for Sartori is 268-3215, option #1. Employees who are
already receiving treatment from Allen may continue to use that facility
until further notice.
DIVERSITY AWARENESS TRAINING: New sessions of the diversity awareness
session, "A Campus of Difference" have been scheduled for the 2003-2004
academic year. The sessions have been revised and shortened to a 4-hour
format. To register, go to
ON-CAMPUS DINING: The Piazza is open. Guests may pay cash, charge
to u-bill or request a payroll deduction.
Bakery items are available at Biscotti's in Redeker Center; open weekdays
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Redeker Center is accessible from the south side of
Rider Hall. The 23rd Street Market is open weekdays 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sandwiches, salad bar, homemade soup, hot dogs, pizza and nachos are
available 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.



CONSTRUCTION UPDATE/WATER SHUTOFF: Toward the end of this month,
a contractor will replace a section of water main from the Baker Hall
parking lot to Maucker Union. Access will be disrupted to Wright,
Sabin and Seerley Halls. Water service will be disrupted in the
Greenhouse, Baker, Wright, Sabin and Seerley Halls at different times.
For further details, visit
MORE CONSTRUCTION UPDATES: The steam tunnel project has been delayed
and the schedule is being revised. The list of closings has been updated.
Due to safety concerns, Ohio Street is now closed north of Redeker Dr.
There is no access to the Russell Hall and CAC A lots. If you have any
questions please call John Mirchich at 3-7369. Visit:
UNI IN THE NEWS: To date, Gina Burkart has been interviewed by the
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, KCRG, Radio Iowa, and the Council Bluffs
Daily Nonpariel about her new book, "A Christian Parent's Guide to
Harry Potter." See the Dailey Nonpareil story at
RESIDENCE HALL AUCTION: An auction will take place Wednesday June 25
at 10 a.m. in the Hagemann/Noehren parking lot. Items for sale include
wood desks/chairs, dining room equipment and furniture and
lounge/office furniture. More information will be available at
All items will be sold "as is" and must be removed on the day of sale.
All items must be paid for in cash (good check) before removal.
Bring a photo ID to get a bidding number. Contact Vince Heuer at
3-3527 with questions.





For a listing of campus events, visit
University Museum, July 12, 9 a.m. - noon. Children and families
are invited to embark on a journey to Mexico, Japan, Nigeria and India.
You will see a little bit about each culture as you learn a game, speak
the country's language and make a craft. Also see the photo exhibit of
"Children of the Cedar Valley." Children must be accompanied by an
adult. Free.

Find the UNI event you're looking for in the UNI Calendar of Events, a convenient, searchable database located at
Events on the calendar this week at UNI:

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